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PROTESTANT ORPHANS' HOME 

DOVERCOURT ROAD, 

TORONTO. 



$ortij=ftrst Ctnnual Keport 



FOE THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31st, 1892. 



It is particularly requested that the person into whose hands this may fall 
will be kind enough to circulate it among the benevolent within the 
neighborhood. 

Benevolent individuals at a distance, who may be desirous to add to the 
Funds of the Society, and will kindly undertake to raise subscriptions 
or donations among their friends, will please to forward or pay the 
amount to the Treasurer of the Society at Toronto. 



Id 



TORONTO : 

Timms & Co., Oxford Press, 13 Adelaide St. East. 
1892. 



* 



PROTESTANT ORPHANS' HOME 

DOVERCOURT ROAD, 



TORONTO. 



^orttjftrst dnnual Report 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31st, 1892. 



It is particularly requested that the person into whose hands this may fall 
ivill be kind enough to circulate it among the benevolent within tha 
neighborhood. 

Benevolent individuals at a distance, who may be desirous to add to the 
Funds of the Society, and will kindly undertake to raise subscriptions 
or donations among their friends, ivill please to forward or pay tlie 
amount to the Treasurer of the Society at Toronto. 



TORONTO : 

Timms & Co., Oxford Press, 13 Adelaide St. East. 
1892, 



FOKM OF BEQUEST. 

/ give and bequeath to the Managers of the Protestant 

Orphans' Home the sum of $ to be used 

for carrying on the Charitable Designs of the aforesaid 
Institution. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 1892. 



PATRON. 

Lord Stanley of Preston. 
PATRONESSES. 
Lady Stanley of Preston. 
Lady Macpherson. Mrs. A. Cameron. 

ist DIRECTRESS. 2nd DIRECTRESS. 

Mrs. M. R. VanKoughnet, Mrs. John Cawthra, 

173 John Street. 150 Beverley Street 

TREASURER. 
Mrs. Fv. L. Cowan, 183 John Street. 

RECORDING SECRETARY. 
Mrs. Austen, 394 Parliament Street. 
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 
Mrs. Leigh, 254 Dundas Street, cor Lakeview Ave. 
MANAGERS. 



Mrs. M. R. VanKoughnet 

" Cayley. 

" Cowan. 

" Lockhart. 

" Leigh. 

'* Creelman. 

" Douglass. 

" J. Cawthra. 

" Austen. 

" LlGHTBOURN. 



Dr. Macdonald. 



Mrs. Robert Darling. 
Farrar. 

HoLMSTED. 

William Hope. 
Crawford. 
Farley. 
Arthurs. 
Heintzman. 
R. L. Denison. 
Miss Morse. 
MEDICAL OFFICERS. 
Dr. McConnell. Dr. Burt Dr Hunter. 



Dr. Mc Arthur. 



Dr. Ryerson. 



Rev. J. D. Cayley. 

Mr. Kivas Tully. 
" S. C. Duncan-Clarke 
" J. S. McMurray. 
" Major Bennett. 

Bishop of Toronto. 



SOLICITOR. 

Huson W. M. Murray, Q.C. 
COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL. 

Rev. Hugh Johnstone. 
Mr. H. Godson. 
" W. B. McMurrich. 



Henry Cawthra. 
A. R. Creelman. 
W. R. Massie 



MATRON. 

Miss Wheelwright. 



PROTESTANT ORPHANS' HOME, 



The forty-first annual meeting of the managers of the 
Protestant Orphans' Home was held yesterday afternoon in the 
board room of the Home. Mrs. M. R. Vankoughnet occupied 
the chair, while with her on the platform were : Rev. Hugh 
Johnston, Mr. Kelan, Major Leigh, Dr. McConnell, Mr. H. A. 
Massey, Mr. W. M. Huson Murray, Q.C., and Mrs. Cawthra. 
The children of the institution, numbering about 200 and looking 
rosy, cheerful and bright, were seated in tiers above the platform, 
and furnished proof positive of the good work that was being 
done by the ladies and gentlemen interested in the Home. The 
proceedings were opened with a short address by Rev. Hugh 
Johnston, in which he invoked the blessings of the Almighty on 
the Home, its inmates and supporters. Letters were read by 
Mrs. Vankoughnet from the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Kirk- 
patrick, the Mayor and others, regretting their inability to be 
present. Major Leigh, on behalf of Mrs. Leigh, the secretary, 
presented the reports of the lady managers and of the treasurer. 

The report of the lady managers showed that the number of 
children received during the year had been 109 ; 64 of these were 
boys and 45 girls, chiefly from the city. By religious denomina- 
tions they were as follows : Church of England, 59 ; Presby- 
terians, 12 ; Methodists, 23 ; Baptists, 4 ; Congregationalists, 2; 
Lutheran, 4 ; Reformed church, 3 ; Protestant, not named, 2. 
During the year 78 were discharged from the Home. Of these 
59 were taken by relatives; one sent to the Industrial School, 
and one boy, had left, without leave and hired out. Ten boys 
and three girls were apprenticed, three girls were adopted and 
one little girl had died from croup. Mrs. J. E. Austen had 
undertaken the duties of recording secretary. The resignation 
of Mrs. Hetherington, Miss Mills, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Ellis, 
Mrs. Donald Ridout, Dr. Frank Cowan and Dr. Austin Ellis was 
announced with regret. An arrangement had been made with 
the Lady True Blues whereby the management accepted the 
moneys collected by them and agreed to receive any children that 
they might recommend. The sum of $50 had been received from 
ithem. The report expressed the continued satisfaction of the 
lady managers with Miss Wheelwright, the matron, who has 
occupied the position for 23 years. The management had received 
during the past year a bequest from the late Mr. Eastwood, 



$100; from Miss Margaret McTavish, $100; Mrs. Eagle's special 
bequest, $200 ; also the sum of $1,100, being the residue of Mrs. 
Eagle's estate awarded to the Home by the master in Chancery. 
The two last portions of the magnihcent bequest of the late 
William Gooderham, being $2,500 each, had been paid by the 
trustees and had been invested, at a small interest, in order that 
they might be in readiness for the reduction of the debt on the 
building. 

The report of the Treasurer showed the receipts for the year 
to have been $12,317. composed principally of: Bequests, 
$4,089 ; collections by the lady managers, $2,121 ; city grant, 
$2,000 ; Government grant, $1,168; rentals, $1,000 and contri- 
butions by relatives, $950. The expenditure amounted to $8,622, 
leaving a balance of $3,695 to the credit of the Home. The 
principal items of expenses were : Milk, $1,171 ; bread, $1,157; 
wages, $1,071; fuel, $738; interest, $679; meat, $638; dry 
goods, $613 ; groceries, $579 ; matron's salary, $400. 

These reports were, on the motion of Rev. Hugh J ohnston, 
seconded by Dr. McConnell, received and adopted. 

It was moved by Mr. H. A. Massey that the following should 
be the managers and officers for the ensuing year : First 
directress, Mrs. M. R. Vankoughnet ; second directress, Mrs. 
John Cawthra ; treasurer, Mrs. R. L. Cowan ; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. Leigh ; recording secretary, Mrs. J. E. Austin ; 
managers, Mrs. M. R. Vankoughnet, Mrs. Cayley, Mrs. Cowan, 
Mrs. Lockhart, Mrs. Leigh, Mrs. Creelman, Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. 
Cawthra, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Lightbourn, Mrs. Robert Darling, 
Mrs. Farrer, Mrs. Holmsted, Mrs. William Hope, Mrs. Craw- 
ford, Mrs. Heintzman, Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Farley, Miss Morse, 
Mrs. Denison ; medical officers, Dr. Macdonald, Dr. McConnell, 
Dr. Burt, Dr. Hunter, Dr. McArthur, Dr. Ryerson ; solicitor, 
Huson W. M. Murray, Q.C. ; committee of council, Rev. J. D. 
Cayley, Mr. Kivas Tully, Mr. S. C. Duncan Clark, Mr. J. S. 
McMurray, Major Bennett, the Bishop of Toronto, Rev. Hugh 
Johnston, Mr. H. Godson, Mr. W. B. McMurrich, Q.C, Mr. 
Henry Cawthra, Mr. A. R. Creelman and Mr. H. A. Massey ; 
matron, Miss Wheelwright. This motion was carried unan- 
imously and the above officers were declared elected. 

Dr. McConnell presented the report of the medical staff. 
This showed that in spite of the prevalence of contagious and 
infectious diseases in other institutions, there had been no out- 
break of a serious nature in the Home. This was due largely to 
the care of Miss Wheelwright and those associated with her. 

After the usual votes of thanks to the officers and others pro- 
minent in the work, the meeting adjourned and all partook of 
the refreshments provided by the management. 



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THE 41st ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PROTESTANT 
ORPHANS' HOME, 1892. 



The Lady Managers of the Protestant Orphans' Home desire 
to place the Annual Report of their work before the public, 
trusting that it may be found interesting and satisfactory. 

Their first wish is to express their devout and humble thanks 
to their Heavenly Father for the many blessings of the past year, 
without which every effort must have been futile. 

The health of those in the Institution has been very good, as 
will be seen by the Medical Report. The number of children 
received has been 109. Boys 64, girls 45, chiefly from the city, 
with the exception of 2 from Gait, 3 Port Hope, 1 Ireland,' 2 
England and 4 from Germany. 

By religious denominations as follows : Church of England 
59, Presbyterian 12, Methodist 23, Baptist 4, Congregationalists 
2, Lutheran 4, Reformed Church 3, Protestant, not named, 2. 

The number discharged was 78. Taken by relatives and 
friends 59 ; sent to Industrial School 1 ; one boy left, without 
leave, and hired out. Boys apprenticed 10, girls apprenticed 3, 
girls adopted three ; with much regret the Lady Managers record 
the death of one little girl from croup ; the child's mother was 
able to be with her, during her illness. 

Total number of children 2130; of inmates 2254. Average 
number of children 177*50 average number of inmates 187 '50, 
during the year. 

Mrs. Austen has kindly undertaken the duties of Recording- 
Secretary to the Home. 

The Lady Managers regret to announce the resignation of 
Mrs. Hetherington, Miss Mills, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Ellis, and 
Mrs. Donald Ridout, also that of Dr. Frank Cowan, and Dr. 
Austen Ellis, whose kindness in attending to the children was 
very great, and who will be much missed when he removes to 
his new home at Norwich. 

In October, Mr. John Farley and Mr. Fletcher came as a 
Deputation from the " Lady True Blues " to ask if the Managers 
would accept the money they had collected, or would collect, for 
the Home, instead of getting up another Orphanage. The 
Managers accepted their kind offer and agreed to take any 
children they might recommend, that were eligible for admission. 
They left expressing themselves very much pleased with their 
visit and reception. In November, Mrs. Lightbourn having 



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made arrangements for spending the winter in Bermuda, it was 
decided to ask Mrs. John Farley to act as a substitute for her, 
until her return. 

Mrs. Farley was present on the occasion as Treasurer of the 
True Blues' Orphans' Fund, and handed the sum of fifty dollars 
to Mrs. Cowan, for the benefit of the Home. Two children 
named Kinsman, whose father was an Orangeman, were received 
from Gait at this time. The Lady Erne Lodge sent three barrels 
of apples, cakes, candies, etc., to the children, which were much 
appreciated. 

A communication having been received from Mr. Waste, 
Superintendent Public Schools, in reference to the care and fuel 
for the new school in the grounds, the First Directress called 
upon him, in answer ; the final result being that the Board of 
Public Schools agreed to provide a Caretaker and fuel at their 
own expense. The closing exercises in the old school room, and 
the opening of the new. were very interesting functions. The 
Lady Managers, teachers and the children express themselves as 
being very much pleased with the new school, and grateful to 
the Public School Board for their kindness in putting up such a 
commodious and well finished building. A picture of the Home 
is to be sent to the Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Through Dr. 
Roseburgh, having asked for Delegates to attend the Prisoner's 
Aid Convention, Mrs. John Cawthra, Mrs. Austen, Mrs. Hope 
and the Secretary were named, and found the proceedings most 
interesting. 

The Management have received during the past year a be- 
quest from the late Mr. Eastwood, $100; from Miss Margaret 
McTavish, $100; Mrs. John McNab, $300; Mrs. Eagle's 
special bequest, $200; also the handsome sum of $1,100, being 
the proportion of the residue of Mrs. Eagle's estate, awarded 
by the Master in Chancery. Mr. S. Taylor has, with his usual 
kindness, sent us $100 again this year. As the late Mr. William 
Gooderham's munificent legacy has all been paid, and a release 
given to the Trustees for the same, the two last portions of 
$2,500 each, have been invested, at a small interest, to be in 
readiness for the reduction of the debt on the building ; but as 
the last portion was received, also that of Mrs. MacNab, after 
the Treasurer's books were closed, no mention could be made of 
them, in the accounts for this year. 

The Lady Managers sincerely trust that as the debt will then 
be reduced to $7,000, the public will generously help them to pay 
it off altogether. 

The Lady Managers wish to express their continued satis- 
faction with their excellent matron, Miss Wheelright, who has 
been in that position for more than 23 years. Also to thank 



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Miss Armstrong and the other lady teachers for their attention 
and success in the School room, including the Kindergarten which 
is very interesting to the little ones, encouraging as it does, the 
love of the beautiful in their young minds. 

Also, to thank the ladies, who with Mrs. Scott, endeavour to 
fortify the boys for the battle of life, with Temperance principles. 

The children have attended Divine Service twice every 
Sunday, as well as Sunday School, held by kind friends in the 
Home, and have contributed, the boys $5.84, the girls $5.75 
from their galleries, to the Offertory, besides giving a number 
of loaves for the poor, bought with their own pennies, at Thanks- 
giving Day, which gave them great pleasure. 

With regard to the children who from year to year have 
been placed out as apprentices, in the country, (and as one 
correspondent, who is a wholesale merchant in the city, said, 
" the country is by all odds the best place for a boy to grow up 
in.") As a rule, they have been doing exceedingly well, getting 
a good report, such as " Peter is doing first rate," sent in with 
the yearly money, and " Uncle John says I am a good boy," from 
another. Partly owing to the Secretary's absence and illness, 
some of the accounts have not been sent out as punctually as 
usual; and although it is sad sometimes to find masters who think 
their boys wear so many clothes, that they do not feel inclined 
to pay, even the small sum asked for them. Yet, it is a pleasing 
contrast to find others writing " why did yon not send for 
Percy's money this time 1 " The world has many different 
characters in it, but from observation, the greater number are of 
the good old type and take, "do as you would be done by," for 
their motto. In once instance the question was mooted of send- 
ing a boy back, but the motherly woman could not resist the 
Orphans' tears, and he is now as happy as possible with her. On 
two or three occasions this year, brothers have been placed out, 
close to each other. 

In another case, a woman wanted to bring her daughter — a 
growing girl — into town. She was invited out to see the place, 
the farmer meeting her at the station, and treating her so well, 
that she came back delighted, feeling that her daughter was 
" one of the family." 

A father also went to see his son, in the country, who was 
apprenticed out ; he was quite satisfied with the arrangement, 
and did not unsettle the boy, which was very wise, for the boys 
and girls will lose their money, if they desert their plans, but 
will have the satisfaction of receiving it in full, with interest, if 
they prove themselves good, steady apprentices, and will be free 
to go where they wish at seventeen years of age. 



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The Lady Managers feel most grateful to all the kind friends 
who have contributed towards the comfort and support of the 
children ; to Mr. Graham, for his gratuitous services ; to the 
nurses, and assistants for the faithful discharge of their duty ; to 
the butchers for meat, the bakers for bread and cakes, others for 
fruit, etc. ; Mrs. Carlyle for her annual treat of ice cream, which 
is indeed a great treat to the little ones, and goes far to prove 
what a wholesome thing ice cream is, as the youngest child is none 
the worse, for a plateful. 

In particular the Lady Managers would like to thank the 
gentleman, who while enjoying their winter game of curling 
remembered the Orphans, (it was worthy of good curlers), and 
sent them a barrel of flour ; think how many little mouths were 
rilled, and enjoyed the result of their manly sport. Many 
thanks for the kind thought. 

The members of the Queen's Own also kindly sent a box of 
canned tomatoes, the other day, to the Home. Mr. Lily contri- 
buted a box of plants for the children's gardens, very kindly. 

In September, all the children old enough to go, were taken 
to the Exhibition. 

The Street Railway Company has taken them to a concert at 
the rink, and to the boats, for four different excursions, most 
kindly given, during the holidays, for which the Lady Managers 
must thank the Company, the Owners and Captains very warmly, 
as it does the children so much good, going on the water. They 
had a pail of Raspberry jam, for Thanksgiving Day : at Xmas, 
Dr. Ellis took the character of Santa Claus, and distributed the 
presents, and during the summer, as they had an invitation to the 
pic-nic of the Army and Navy Veterans, they were taken to it, 
by the Boys' Superintendent, himself a Veteran, with two medals, 
one for the Indian Mutiny and another for " good conduct " and 
" long service." In conclusion, here is a copy of a letter received, 
"It is with pleasure we write these few lines with regard to our 
adopted son, now called by our own name; he is a very good boy 
and is very useful and intelligent ; we think that we could not be 
better satisfied, for he makes home cheerful and happy, and he 
is a bit of lively company ; we would not like to part with him." 



E. H. VanKoughnet, 

1st Directress. 



Charlotte E. Leigh, 

Cor. Secretary. 



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MEDICAL REPORT 



On behalf of the Medical Staff of this institution, I beg to 
submit our annual report, and as on former occasions it is 
gratifying to say that during the last year no sickness of a serious 
nature has occured. During the whole of the recent severe 
winter, while other institutions lx>th public and private were 
severely afflicted with contagious and infectious diseases, and 
ontbreaks of deadly diptheria, this home with its 200 inmates 
was happily free from such dire visitations. 

This happy condition is due to the tact and care of Miss 
Wheelwright and associated workers in charge of the institution, 
and more especially to the untiring attention and watchfulness 
of the board of Directresses. We commend to the thoughtful 
and Christian public the noble efforts of these ladies, and point 
with pride to their successful record for so many years. 

But one death occured during the year from croup. We grate- 
fully acknowledge the uniform courtesy and support of the 
Board and cheerfully give our assistance in the position to which 
we are appointed. 

John McConnell, M.D. 



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THE TREASURER IN ACCOUNT WITH THE PROTESTANT 



ORPHANS' HOME. 

For the year ending May 31st, 1892. 



RECEIPTS. 

To Balance from last year ft 508 99 

" Bequests . . . . 4089 55 

" Lady Managers' Collections 2121 79 

" City Grant 2000 00 

" Government Grant 1168 52 

" Rentals 1000 00 

" Relatives' Contributions 950 35 

" Orange Associations 299 08 

" Miscellaneous Contributions 120 37 

" Christmas Gifts of Money 59 00 



^12317 65 

EXPENDITURE. 

By Milk Account $1171 20 

" Bread 1157 41 

" Wages " 1071 50 

" Fuel •« 738 49 

" Interest " 679 00 

" Meat " 638 97 

" Dry Goods Account 613 56 

" Groceries " 579 76 

" Matron's Salary 400 00 

" Boots and Shoes Account 312 75 

Sundry Disbursements 265 82 

" Flour, Vegetables, etc., Account 235 81 

" Repairs " 154 77 

" Furniture " 133 20 

" House " 106 45 

" Gas and Coal Oil " 103 64 

•« Water »« 86 20 

" Printing and Stationery " 83 65 

" Insurance " 77 00 

" Medicine " 12 56 

" Balance in Bank and in hand 3695 91 



$12317 65 

L. E. COWAN, 

Treasurer. 

Audited and found correct, 

R B. STREET. 



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ORPHANS' DEPOSITS IN SAVINGS BANK, MAY 31st, 1892. 

Dr. 



To amount at credit of Orphans, May 31st, 1891 ft 832 36 

" " received by Treasurer from June 1st, 1891 to 

May 31st, 1892 293 00 

Interest 32 22 

$1157 58 

Cr. 

By amount withdrawn by Margaret Cook ft 40 93 

Fred Rutter 21 23 

" " Fred Goulding 5 65 

" " Florence Risley 14 36 

Violet Neil 14 57 

" " Mary Ann Kenny 57 48 

" " Susan Bonner 35 46 

ft 189 68 

Balance at credit May 31st, 1892 967 90 



ftll57 58 



LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS IN BANK. 



Mary Albertsted ft 6 00 

William Bell 22 25 

Harold Baylis 4 16 

Walter Bridgeman 10 33 

Thos. Batstone 15 01 

Tilly Bridgeman 6 13 

Wm. Carrol 4 88 

Charlotte Cook 11 00 

Bessie Elliott 19 29 

Annie Elliott 29 99 

W. H. Fulton 15 29 

Charles Gloster 33 99 

Marv Gregory 47 99 

Clara Gregorv 23 00 

Maud Gregory 19 29 

Wm. Goldback 24 88 

Harry Goulding 10 17 

Thomas Greentree 18 90 

Sarah Greentree 14 61 

Alfred Goodson 25 27 

Thomas Grier 4 00 

Gussie Goldback 10 16 

Sarah Grimbelby 18 54 

Edward Harris 22 92 

Edward Hards 29 30 

Eva Hay ward 4 13 

Valeria Hay ward 4 16 

Charles Harper 58 47 

Harold Hughes 18 75 

A. Hughes 6 52 



Wm. Miller ft 44 78 

Charles McLennan 7 05 

George McGinnis 8 82 

Arthur McGinnis 4 00 

Oliver McGinnis 10 17 

George F. McLelland 6 24 

Wm. Mclllhenery 6 41 

Emily Neil 6 00 

Percy Nicol 4 10 

Percy Prior 29 25 

Fred Ridges 43 00 

Peter Sheppard 12 30 

Albert Stauffer 29 77 

Wesley Stauffer 15 79 

Frank Scott 25 28 

Maggie Scott 8 63 

William Shaw 10 23 

R. Trewick 14 88 

W. Trewick 18 61 

Mabel Turner 15 01 

Cherry Turner 4 10 

Harry Thwaites 14 65 

S. J. Ward 4 24 

G. J. Woodward 6 61 

Wm. Wingrove 35 64 

Charlotte Whelan 4 10 

David Watson 38 86 



ft967 90 



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MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS. 



Mrs. Barchard $ 2 00 

A Friend 1 00 

Mrs Creelman 10 00 

Mrs. Hope 3 00 

E. A. Watson 1 50 

Donation of five little girls in Miss Heron's Class, Presbyterian 

S.S., Ashburn, per Miss Janet Malcolm 2 50 

Mrs. Groves 10 00 

Fouud by Mr. Badgerow 1 12 

Lieut-Governor Subscription 10 00 

Mrs. James Henderson 2 00 

Per Mrs. Baker 1 00* 

Witbdrawn from Imperial Bank, F. Rutter and F. Batstone's 

money 2G 98 

Mr. Armstrong's Cheque returned from Guardian Ass. Co 70 00 

Collected at Mimico Methodist Church, per Rev. J. Mahan 11 57 

Mr. Robert Jones, Eglington 15 00 

Mr. Martland, per Mrs. Cayley 5 00 

P. Burns & Co., Subscription 10 00 

Box in Hall of Home 5 22 



$190 37 



LIST OF WORK. 



Summer Suits 110 

Summer Dresses 85 

Winter Suits 108 

Winter Dresses. . 87 

Gingham Dresses 21 

Gingham Shirts 54 

Cotton Shirts 40 

Childrens' Bibs 72 

Holland Aprons 52 

Holland Pinafores 64 

Scotch Caps 16 

Gingham Suits 32 

Bed Ticks 9 

Petticoats with Waists 37 

Gingham Aprons 6 

Pillow Cases 44 



Towels 18 

Overcoats ' 4 

Table Cloths 2 

Pairs of Sleeves 13 

Flannel Shirts. 19 

Girls' Coats 2 

Night Gowns 13 

Pair of Drawers 9 

Chemises 12 

Nurses' Aprons 7 

Nurses' Caps 6 

Shoulder Capes 3 

Sheets Mended 41 

Bed Ticks «« 33 

Scotch Caps repaired 2 

Pairs Stockings knitted 149 



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ORANGE ASSOCIATIONS. 



L.O.L 605, per R. G. McCraw, Craighill $5 00 

L.O.L. 449, Cookstown, per T. Fisher 9 10 

County Orange Lodge, per Wm. Lee, Secy 74 20 

Derry West, We3t-Lodge 14 75 

L.O.L., Cobourg 6 15 

L.O.L. 9 and 86, Rosemount 8 50 

L.O.L., Markham Disk, per W. Brown 10 00 

Baxter Lodge No. 1200, per J. B. Coulson 3 00 

Metcalf L. 12, Prentice Boys 10 10 

Collected at Cannington, per A. J. Sinclair 11 13 

Barrie L.O.L 682 and 452, per H. Penton, D.S 5 00 

Albion West, per Mr. Vernon 1 14 

Collected at Alliston, July 13th, per R. Henderson 7 00 

Collected at Assa Presbyterian Church by L.O.L. 89, Clover Hill, 

and 449 Cookstown, per J. Duff 5 50 

Private Sub. by L.O.L. 558, per Mr. Plunkett 5 00 

Lady True Blues, Erin Lodge, per Mrs. J. Farley , 50 00 

L.O.L. 856, Cargill, Bruce Co., and L.O.L. 774, Brussels 6 50 

L.O.L. 773, Holland, per J. C. Adams 2 00 

L.O.L. 137 5 00 

L.O.L., Dist. L., Ont., Vernon Co., Muskoka, per R. Russell 2 00 

L.O.L. 1229, per A. Sufferon 5 00 

L.O.L. 465, per T. Hacket 2 00 

L.O.L 170, Needham West, Bruce Co., Rob. Russell 2 00 

L.O.L. 1203, per A. Dunsmore, Treas 2 00 

Co. Lodge Dufferin, per Thos. Holmes , 10 00 

Collected July 12tb, Gore Bay, Manetoulin, per G. Spencer 5 75 

Collected St. Luke's Church, Pinkerton, per Newton Robinson... 5 00 

Collected by L.O.L. 432, July 12th, per R. Birmingham 5 00 

Collected at Feversham, per J. Elliott 4 25 

Collected Y. L.O.L. 533 and 877 South Lennox 8 29 



$299 08 



CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF MONEY. 

Mr. Geo. W. Lewis. $20 00 

Cosgrove&Co 10 00 

M. P. W 10 00 

Mrs.Barchard 5 00 

A. A. Davis 5 00 

D. of Y 5 00 

Mrs. Spragge 1 00 

Mrs. Hope • 1 00 

Mrs. Boyce 1 00 

Mrs. Geo. Hawke 1 00 



$59 00 



IS 



SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE PROTESTANT ORPHAN'S 
HOME, 1892. 



Collected by Mrs. Vankoughnet. 

Mr. S. Taylor $100 00 

Miss Gamble 8 00 

Mrs. Coate 4 00 

Mrs. Morse 15 00 

Miss Morse 2 00 

Miss Magrath 5 00 

Mr. S. Taylor 5 00 

Miss Winae 4 00 

Mr. J. Cartwrigbt 2 00 



1145 00 

Collected by Mrs. John Cawthra. 

The Canada Co $40 00 

Jones Bros. & Mackenzie. ... 10 00 

Rice Lewis & Son 5 00 

Mullock, Miller, Crowther & 

Montgomery 5 00 

J. K. Kerr 5 00 

Robt. Walker & Sons 4 00 

F. H. Cousineau 3 00 

Mrs. Henry Rowsell 3 00 

Conger Coal Co 2 00 

J. Herbert Mason 2 00 

Brown Bros 2 00 

Robert Beatty 2 00 

John Catto 2 00 

James Scott 2 00 

Rowsell* Hutchison 2 00 

Army & Navy Store 2 00 

Swan Bros 2 00 

H. Hime 2 00 

J. H. Rogers 2 00 

John Stark 2 00 

J. Ellis & Co 1 00 

C. Potter 1 00 

Henry Bowden 1 00 

W. Maclean 1 00 

Ritchie & Davis 1 00 

Alfred J. Mason 1 00 

R. Hudson 1 00 

P Marriott 1 00 

John Irving 1 00 



W. P. Sloane $ 1 00 

S. Nordheimer 1 00 

S. B. Windrum 1 00 

W. A. Murray & Co 1 00 

John Brown 1 00 

J. A. Simmers 1 00 

R. Donald 1 00 

Oak Hall 1 00 

C. J. Campbell 1 00 

W. R. Strickland 1 00 

G. W. Wood 1 00 

W. Macdonald 1 00 

Geo. Kuch 1 00 

A. Barclay 1 00 

W. N. Eastwood 1 00 

J. Sutcliffe & Sons 1 00 

J. Robertson 50 

R. Wickens 50 

W. Stitt 50 

H. F. Borthwick 50 

A friend 50 

L. A.. Stewart 50 

Geo. Marshall 25 

J. W. Wiley 25 

A friend 25 

A friend 25 



Goods 



$128 00 



H. C. Blachford 2 00 

R. J. Hunter 5 00 

Collected byMrs. Lockhart. 

E. F. Perkins $ 10 00 

Henry Cawthra 10 00 

Mrs. Manning 5 00 

" R. R. Lockhart 5 00 

" John Riordon 5 00 

" B.E.Walker 5 00 

" Lockhart 4 00 

" B. B. Osier 2 00 

Mr. Beatty 2 00 

Miss Wilson 2 00 

Mrs. Hoyles 2 00 



1$ 



Mrs. W. Crowther $ 2 00 

" Crosby 2 00 

" Christie 2 00 

" J. E. Rose 2 00 

" James Crowther 2 00 

«« F. J. Stewart 1 00 

" F. J. Phillips 1 00 

" Drynan 1 00 

«« Crooks 1 00 

" C. V. Temple 1 00 

" W. MacLaren 1 00 

" Gordon Brown 1 00 

" Morrison 1 00 

" R. Gilmor 1 00 

" Merrick 1 00 

Maddison 1 00 

" Warwick ,.. 1 00 

" Shortiss 1 00 

" Langmuir 1 00 

Lightborne 1 00 

Miss Howland 1 00 

Mrs. Wyld 1 00 

" Charles Riordon 1 00 

" R. Myles I 00 

Hutton 50 

Mr. J. W. Cowan 25 

Miss Scott 13 



$ 81 88 

Collected after Books were audited. 

Mrs. W. H. Howland $ 4 00 

Mrs. Bunting 1 00 



Collected by Mrs. A. R. Creelman 
and Mrs. W. J. Douglas. Streets, 
— Bloor to College, and Yonge to 
Queen's Park. 



Mr. Charles Riordan $ 25 00 

Messrs. McCarthy, Osier, 

Hoskin & Creelman.. 25 00 

Toronto Mail 10 00 

Mr. John Riordan 10 00 

Mrs. W. J. Douglas 5 00 

A. R. Creelman 5 00 

A friend, per Mrs. G. A. Lash 5 00 

Dr. D. J. Gibb Wishart 3 00 

Mrs. G. S. Ryerson 2 00 

W. N. Miller 2 00 

Copley 2 00 

" Jennings 1 00 

H. C.Hammond 1 00 

" Walter Cassels 1 00 

McTavish 1 00 



Mrs. L. L. Palmer ..ft 1 00 

" Burns 1 00 

G. A. Lash 1 00 

" Proctor 1 00 

" Cook 1 00 

" VV. N. Nesbitt 1 00 

" Ross 1 00 

" Richardson 1 00 

" Gzowski 1 00 

" Wm. Thomson 1 00 

Tait 1 00 

" J. F. Eby 1 00 

41 W. Gillispie 1 00 

" J. E. Hodgson 1 00 

" Wm. Roaf 1 00 

Thos. Hodgins 1 00 

F. D. Brown 1 00 

A friend, 20 Bloor St 1 00 

Mrs. Robt.Jaffray 1 00 

John Foy 1 00 

Mr. Jamieson 1 00 

" James Good 1 00 

" G. J. Murray 1 00 

Messrs. Berkinshaw & Gain 1 00 

A friend 1 00 

Mrs. G. P. Burnham 1 00 

" Wm. Boultbee 1 00 

" Telfer 1 00 

" Laidlaw 1 00 

" W. M. Merritt 1 00 

Mackenzie 1 00 

" John Douglas 1 00 

John Kemp 1 00 

John Catto 1 00 

" M. 0. Ellis 50 

F. W. Harcourt 50 

J. McEwan 50 

A friend 50 

E. D. C 50 

$134 50 

Goods : 

Mr. William Pickles $ 2 00 

Mr. B. English 2 00 

Mr. B. Fletcher 2 00 

Mr. D. L. Thompson 1 00 

Mr. S. R. Hanna 1 00 



$8 00 

Mrs. Edgar for 1891 1 00 

" 1892 1 00 



20 



Toronto Street, east side Adelaide, 
east of Yonge. 

Collected by Mrs. J. E. Austen. 



Trust & Loan Co $ 5 00 

J. W. G. Whitney 4 00 

W. H. Pearson 2 00 

A. T. Lewis 2 00 

Delamere, Reesor & English 2 00 

D. B. Dick 2 00 

W. C. Macdonald 1 00 

Robt. Jenkins 2 00 

Friend 25 

Laratt Smith 2 00 

Friend 25 

La wrence, Armstrong &Snow 1 00 

J. L. Scrath 2 00 

Wm. H. Orr 2 00 

A. Jephcott 2 00 

A. W. Ay town Finlay 1 00 

Wm. Howard 50 

H. Thorne 1 00 

S.'C. Shooke 2 00 

C. A. Masten 1 00 

John M. Martin 1 00 

M. J. Downey 1 00 

Friend 1 00 

A. L. Eastmere 1 00 

L. O. P. Genereux 1 00 

H. S. Pell 50 

McMurrich, Coatsworth, 

Hodgins & Geddes 5 00 

Ferguson & O'Brien 2 00 

Thos. Hislop 2 00 

H. S. Mara 1 00 

P. H. Drayton 1 00 

C. Macklem 1 00 

R. H. Tomlinson 1 00 

Carswell Co., Limited 3 00 

N. F. Davidson 1 00 

E. Penton 2 00 

Richard Caddick 1 00 

W. Hamilton Merritt 2 00 

R. Melville 25 

Allan M. Denovan 1 00 

W. H. Dickson 1 00 

Aikenhead & Crombie 2 00 

Lugsdin & Barnett 1 00 

Friend 25 

Friend 25 

James L. Quetton 1 00 

William Cork 1 00 

A. J. Pattison 2 00 

Selby & Co 1 00 

L. Coffee 2 00 

Scott & Walmsley 1 00 



Stone & Wellington $ 1 00 

Judge Macdougal 1 00 

John Lumbers 1 00 

Wm. Rennie 1 00 

Friend 50 

C. R. Cooper 50 

A. Boultbee 1 00 

Wm. Brown 25 

Friend 1 00 

• Friend 50 

R. B. Beaumont 1 00 

Geo. Bengough 1 00 

Mrs. R. W. Laird 1 00 

Friend 50 

Friend 25 

Pearson Bros 1 00 

H. C. Burritt 2 00 

R. H. Bowes 1 00 

F. A. Hilton 1 00 

T. Med 25 

Friend 50 

Mills & Mills 1 00 

F. J. Martin 50 

A. E. K. Greer 1 00 

Geo. McKibbon 50 

C. H. Greene 1 00 

A. J. Close 5 00 

James Beatty 2 00 

Mrs. Forsyth 1 00 

A. W. Croil 1 00 

Wm, P. Atkinson 1 00 

R. S. Smellie 1 00 

A. T.McCord 1 00 

Timms & Co 2 00 

East End List. 

Collected by Mrs. J. E. Austen. 

Homer Dixon $ 10 00 

Mrs. Henry Gooderham 10 00 

" George Goderham .... 10 00 

" W. G. Gooderham.... 5 00 

Commissioner Coatsworth . . 5 00 

Dominion Brewery Co 5 00 

Mrs. H. G. Love 5 00 

" J. E. Austen 4 00 

Mr. Thos. Allen 2 00 

Dr. C. R. Avison 1 00 

Mrs. W. S. Alley 1 00 

Anderson 50 

" M. Anderson 50 

" Atkinson 25 

" Archibald 25 

" Thos. G. Blackstock .. 2 00 

" Bollard ) 00 

" M. L. Blachford 1 00 



21 



Mrs. Robt. Baldwin $ 1 00 

Arthur Baldwin 1 00 

" Bradley 1 00 

Bradshaw 1 00 

Bendelasie 1 00 

" N. Bayley 1 00 

" J. C. Black 1 00 

11. Bigley 1 00 

Dr. Jerrold Ball 1 00 

Mrs. Bums 50 

" H. P. Blackford 50 

David Bee 50 

C.Beatty 50 

Mrs. J. Bastedu 50 

" C. Berkinsliaw 50 

Butland 25 

" Price Brown 25 

Dr. Bryans 25 

Thos. Caswell 2 00 

Mrs. J. F. Coleman 2 00 

Geo. A. Cox 2 00 

" K. H. Coleman 1 00 

" E. R. C. Claikson .... 1 00 

" D. Carlyle 1 00 

" Geo. R. Cockburn .... 1 00 

Coony 1 00 

" Irving Cameron 1 00 

F. G. Cox 1 00 

" R. Carrie 1 00 

Carlyle 1 00 

Miss E. F. Champion 1 00 

Mrs. Emerson Co itsworth . . 1 00 

Rev. J. Cameron 1 00 

Mrs. R. Coady 1 00 

Dr. Coatsworth 1 00 

Mrs. Russell Clark 50 

" Clarke , 50 

Mr. W. Cook 50 

" C. H, Cowen 50 

" A.D.Campbell 50 

Dr. Capon 50 

Thos. Cook .; 25 

C.F.M 25 

Mrs. Cunningham 25 

Craddock 25 

" Caswell 25 

Rev. S. A. Dyke 1 00 

Dr. J. T. Duncan 1 00 

Mrs. G. W. Dunn 1 00 

W. A. Douglas 1 00 

" E. H. Dewart 1 00 

" H. Darrell 1 00 

Thos. Davies, Snr .... 1 00 

Thos. Davis 1 00 

" Doan 50 

" J. Davison 50 

" Wm. Davison 50 



Mrs. Dixon . . $ 50 

Miss E. A. Dixon 50 

Mr. J. Duff 50 

Dr. J.E. Elliott 1 00 

Mrs. R. W. Elliott 1 00 

" W. H. Ellis 1 00 

" W. Elliott 50 

Elliott 50 

" Emory 50 

Mr. W. A. Ellis 25 

Mr. J. Ewart 25 

Four friends HO 

P. Freyseng 2 00 

Dr. J. E. Forfar 1 00 

FirstbrookBros 1 00 

Mrs. Falconbridge 1 00 

" R. J. Fleming 1 00 

" C. Fleming 1 00 

" Frith 1 00 

Edward Field 50 

Nathaniel Fowles 50 

Mrs. Forbes 50 

" A. E. Gooderham .... 3 00 

G. H. Gooderham .... 2 00 
Robt. Gooderham 2 00 

" Alfred Gooderham.. .. 2 00 

Lady Gait 2 00 

Mrs. E. Gurney 2 00 

Edward Galley 2 00 

" F. Gallow 1 00 

H. Goodman 1 00 

Mr. James Gutin 1 00 

" J.Gibson 1 00 

" John Gillispie 1 00 

Mrs. W. A. Geddes 50 

" Greig 50 

" Graham 25 

" Gilday : 5 

Mr. David Hig^ins 2 00 

Mrs. Gerard Heintzman. .. . 2 00 

McLean Howard 2 00 

Mr. C. E. Hart 2 00 

Mrs. Howitt 1 00 

" E. Hewits 1 00 

Hayhes 1 00 

H. Hemming 1 00 

Hemming 1 00 

" Hodgins 1 00 

Dr. A. Orr Hastings 1 00 

Dr. C. J. Hastings 1 00 

Thos. Henderson 1 00 

Mrs. Hall 75 

" Hackborn 50 

W. R. Henderson 50 

" Hannaford 50 

" Hillock 50 

Miss Hill 50 



Wm. Holdenby * 

Mrs. Hamilton 

" Henderson 

" Haywood 

M. Irving 

" A. E. Kemp 

" C. C. James 

" Ogden Jones : . 

" Jardine 

" J. G. Kent 

" Jos. Kent 

" G. Kieth 

Morgan Kelly 

Miss Kerr 

Miss Maggie Love, collected 

Mr. Walter S.Lee 

" J. R. Lee 

" James Lumsden 

Mrs. Daniel Lamb 

" Beverley Lam be 

" Londes 

" Lowe 

'' Lawrance 

Livingstone 

Miss Leckie 

Mrs. R. J. Manning 

" Jos. Macdougal 

" Martin 

" Milburn 

W. H. Marcon 

Rev. Manning 

Miss Morrison 

Miss Macdonald 

Mrs. J. L. Morrison 

W. G. Matthews 

Mrs. J. Macdonald 

" A. Myers 

" Martin 

" Mead 

Mr. A. R. Macdonald 

•' Geo. Marshall 

Mrs. Miller 

" MacMillan 

" Miller 

Mr. Robt. McKay 

" Charles McCaffery .... 

McColl Bros 

Mrs. McCormack 

" McKinnon 

McKenzie 

MissMcMurchy 

Mrs. McLachlan 

" Robt. McLean 

" McLean 

" Mcintosh 

N. McEchran 

A. & W. McFrrren 



22 



$ 50 


Mrs. K. McKay 


. ft 25 


50 


Octavius Newcombe 


2 00 


25 




1 00 


25 


" J. Neil 


50 


1 00 


J. Newton 


25 


2 00 


Mrs. Ogden 


2 00 


1 00 


Oldright 


1 00 


50 


" O'Rielly 


1 00 


25 


" O'Rielly 


50 


1 00 


" T R. O'Meara 


50 


50 


O'Meara 


25 


50 




25 


25 


" E. P. Pearson 


1 00 


10 


" H. M. Pellatt 


1 00 


3 25 




50 


2 00 


Mrs. N. L. Patterson . . 


25 


1 00 


" Park 


25 


1 00 




1 00 


1 00 


Wm. Radcliffe 


2 00 


1 00 


Mrs. Wm. Radcliffe 


2 00 


50 




2 00 


25 


Robertson Bros 


2 00 


25 




. 2 00 


25 




1 00 


50 




1 00 


2 00 




1 00 


1 00 


" J. F. W. Ross 


1 00 


1 00 


F. Roper 


1 00 


1 00 


" Wm. Reeve 


1 00 


1 00 


" J, J. Reid 


1 00 


1 00 




50 


50 


" Ruthven 


50 


50 




50 


1 00 


" Ridley 


50 


1 00 




25 


50 




25 


50 




2 00 


50 


Mrs. G. F. Sills 


2 00 


50 


A. M. Smith 


00 


50 




1 00 


25 


" E. B. Shuttleworth. . . 


1 00 


25 


J. Scott 


1 00 


25 


Miss Carrington Smith . . . 


1 00 


25 




1 00 


2 00 


S. H. Smith 


1 00 


1 00 


H. Symonds 


1 CO 


1 00 


Stout 


1 00 


1 00 




1 00 


1 00 


Shelgrove 


1 00 


1 Oft 


«' "NT P. Snorlfo 




1 00 




1 00 


50 




1 00 


50 




50 


50 


" G. Scholey 


50 


50 


" J. Sale 


50 


50 




50 


50 




50 



23 



Mrs. Smallpiece $ 50 

'• J. R. Starkey 50 

J. Shuttleworth 50 

" J. A. Stark 50 

" Eli Smart 50 

" W. Sterling 50 

Dr. Shiell 50 

Mrs. R Score 40 

" Stegnian 25 

" Lydia Strathern 25 

" E.R. Scoley 25 

" C. B. Shephard 25 

F. Stinson 25 

W. T. Towne 1 00 

Mrs. T. B. Taylor 1 00 

Torrington 1 00 

" W. G. Thurston ...... 1 00 

" M. A. Thomas 1 00 

" R. Thomas 50 

C. Thompson 50 

Mr. C. Thompson, Snr 50 

Mrs. Toye 25 

" Trotter 25 

Teskey 25 

" Van Nostrand 25 

Withrow & Hillock 2 00 

Mrs. J. W. G. Whitney 2 00 

" H. D. Warren 2 00 

MissWilkie 2 00 

Wilton Ave. Fire Hall 1 00 

Mrs. Frank Wilson 1 00 

" T. West 1 00 

" R. S Williams I 00 

" C.E.Warwick 1 00 

" W. C. Williams 1 00 

J. C. Wright. .« 1 00 

Geo. Wright 1 00 

" J. Wright 50 

" Wood.? 50 

" C. Wilson 50 

Willson 50 

J.Wylie 50 

" Williams 50 

A. White 50 

A.M.Wright 50 

Mrs. Walker 25 

" Wiley 25 

$410 SO 
After Books were Audited. 

Mrs. Alex. Cameron $ 20 00 

Collected by Mrs. Robert Darling. 
Rosedale List. 

Lady Macpherson $10 00 

Mrs. Becker 5 00 



Mrs. E . B. Osier $5 00 

" Jos. Cawthra 5 00 

Hoskin 2 00 

" Jas, Henderson 2 00 

" Oliver Macklem 2 00 

Rev. Street Macklem 2 00 

Mrs. Jas. Murray 2 00 

" Haverson 2 00 

" Thos. Thompson 2 00 

Miss Macklem 1 00 

Mrs. McKenzie ] 00 

" Frank Hodgins." 1 00 

" Bostwick 1 00 

" Croft 1 00 

" Waldie 1 00 

Warren 1 00 

" McMab 1 00 

" J. Rannie 1 00 

u J. O. Anderson 1 00 

" Eddis 1 00 

" J. Stark 1 00 

" J. B. How 1 00 

4 - A. Harvey 1 00 

" J. H. Thom 1 00 

" Percival Ridout 1 00 

" R. L. Patterson 1 00 

" B. D. Thomas 1 00 

" Kerr 1 00 

" H. W. Darling 1 00 

" McDiarmid , 1 00 

" Chapman 1 00 

" A. H. Rundle 1 00 

" P. Jamieson 1 00 

" C. H. Nelson 1 00 

R. Jenkins 1 00 

Miss Cassels 50 

" Lillie 50 

" Hart 50 

" Martin 25 

" Crangle 25 

A friend 15 

Mrs. Shaw 25 

" Dick 25 

Mrs. Freeland 25 

Mrs. Robert Darling 10 00 

Gwynne street. 

Mrs. H. J. Browne 1 00 

" Maxwell 50 

Mabel Best 25 

A friend 25 

Bismarck ave. 

Mr. Alcorn 2 00 



24 



Park Road 



S. A. Dobson $ 50 

A friend 05 

Mrs?. Seels 10 

A friend 10 

Collier street. 

Mrs. Craig 25 

A friend 50 

25 

Bloor street. 

Mrs. R. Wilkes 5 00 

" Attrill 2 00 

" J. A. Boyd 2 00 

Bousted 1 00 

Kilgour 1 00 

" Maher 1 00 

" C. Stark 1 00 

" Hebden 1 00 

" J. D Nasmitli 1 00 

" W. T. Boyd 1 00 

Greey 1 00 

R. Simpson 1 00 

" T. M. Thompson 1 00 

" Wm. H. Orr 1 00 

" Drayton 1 00 

" T. R. Wood 1 00 

E. M. B 75 

Mrs. DesBarres 50 

A friend 25 

Mrs. Poffley 25 

" Follett 50 

Yonge street. 

Robert Parker 1 00 

North Ender 1 00 



1110 00 

Collected by Mrs. E. Farrar. 

King street north and south from 
Yonge to Simcoe. 



Geo. Cox $ 25 00 

Osier & Hammond 25 00 

Blake, Lash & Cassels 10 00 

Frank & Arnoldi 10 00 

O. A. Howland 10 00 

A friend 10 00 

H. Plummer 5 00 

A. S. Gzouski 5 00 



F. W. Kingstone $ 5 00 

Hooper & Co 5 00 

C, Kemp 5 00 

Moss, Barwick & Franks. ... 5 00 

John Kay & Co 5 00 

Mason & Risch 5 00 

E. W. Cox 5 00 

Bilton Bros 5 00 

Chas. Cluthe 5 00 

A. Mc Arthur 8 00 

Michie&Co 8 00 

A. Browne 2 00 

H. Ireland 2 00 

C A P 2 00 

Elias Rogers 2 00 

C. W. & G 2 00 

E. Heichan 2 00 

G. W. Holmes 2 00 

R. Score & Son 2 00 

P. M. Clarke 2 00 

Alexander, Cable & Co 2 00 

D. S. & P 2 00 

A. Watt 1 00 

J. Strachan 1 00 

J. F. Kirk 1 00 

B. & S 1 00 

J. F. Lash 1 00 

W. Williamson 1 00 

A friend 1 00 

Gianelli & Co 1 00 

S. G. Wood 1 00 

Alfred Hoskin 1 00 

E. D. A 1 00 

D. F. Symons 1 00 

M. Staunton & Co 1 00 

Post & Holmes 1 00 

R. A. Dickson 1 00 

L. W. Baldwin 1 00 

S. Goldman 1 00 

W. Machie 1 00 

F. J. Girling 1 00 

W. D. Gregory 1 00 

G. C. Robb 1 00 

P. C. A 1 00 

Geo. Harcourt 1 00 

Samuel May 1 00 

Frank S. Taggart 1 00 

Henry O'Hara 1 00 

J. McCausland 1 00 

W. J. MoGuire& Co 1 00 

B. Saunders 1 00 

Mrs. Coleman 1 00 

A friend 1 00 

E. Stuart 50 

W. A Lamport 50 

Geo. Elliott 50 

W. F. Merrioks 50 



25 



E.J. Kendall $ 50 

A friend 50 

50 

50 

50 

J. Foster 25 

A. D. Tingley '25 

M. O 25 

A friend 25 

25 

25 

25 



|210 25 

Goods : 



E. Dack & Son $ 5 00 

F. Stubbs 4 00 

W. J. Mc Arthur 1 00 



$10 00 

Collected by Mrs. William Hope. 

Donogh & Oliver $ 10 00 

Thompson, Henderson & Bell 10 00 

Beatty, Chad wick 10 00 

Geo. Gooderham 10 00 

Gutta Percha & Bubber Co. 5 00 

H. P.Eckardt* Co 5 00 

Smith & Keighley 5 00 

Sloan & Crowther 5 00 

Eby, Blain & Co 5 00 

Warren Bros. & Boomer 5 00 

Perkins, Ince & Co 5 00 

A. V. De Laporte 5 00 

Jno. McDonald & Co 5 00 

Lyman Bros & Co 5 00 

L. Coffee & Co 5 00 

S. C. Dalton 5 00 

Steele Bros. & Co 5 00 

T. Milburn & Co 5 00 

Canada Rubber Co 5 00 

E.R. C. Clarkson 5 00 

R. & T. Watson • 5 00 

P. W. Ellis & Co 5 00 

Robinson & Heath 4 00 

H. Murray 4 00 

Mrs. W. Hope 4 00 

Samson, Kennedy & Co 3 00 

J. K. Fisken & Co 3 00 

R. N. Gooch 2 50 

J. W. Langmuir 2 00 

Crane & Baird 2 00 

Toronto Biscuit Co 2 00 

D. W. Alexander 2 00 



C. Parsons & Co $ 2 00 

S. Rogers & Co 2 00 

W. D. Matthews & Co 2 00 

W. W. Grindlay 2 00 

J. J. Kenny 2 00 

D. R. Wilkie 2 00 

A.Jardine&Co 2 00 

E. Leadley 2 00 

J. &J. Taylor 2 00 

J. E.Baillie & Co 2 00 

A. J. Patterson 2 00 

Beal Bros 2 00 

T. Kinnear & Co 2 00 

D. McCall & Co. 2 00 

H. P. D wight 2 00 

Gordon & Sampson 2 00 

D. Coulson 2 00 

Musson & Morrow 2 00 

Jno. Gowans 2 00 

J. L. Spink 2 00 

Edgar & Malone 2 00 

Norris & Carruthers 2 00 

T. G. Bright 2 00 

Dun, Wiman & Co 2 00 

W. H. Smith 2 00 

H. M. Pierce & Family 2 00 

N. G. A. Lambe 2 00 

H. Leach 2 00 

H. S. Strathy 1 00 

Jno. Earls 1 00 

C. B. Watts 1 00 

M. Baldwin 1 00 

P C. Larkin 1 00 

Clemes Bros 1 00 

Jas. Lumbers 1 00 

J. Hanley 1 00 

J. Goodall 1 00 

D. Gunn, Flarelle & Co ... . 1 00 
Wm. Ryan 1 00 

F. W. Humphrey 1 00 

A. C. Anderson & Co 1 00 

H. Manghan 1 00 

R. N. Gibson 1 00 

A. D. Perry 1 00 

Wm. Brown 1 00 

C. H Riggs 1 00 

J. & J Allain 1 00 

King Bros 1 00 

P. Jacobs 1 00 

P. Leckie 1 00 

F. Buchannan 1 00 

R. Y. Manning 1 00 

R. K. Howard 1 00 

A. Bradshaw 1 00 

A. Lachore 1 00 

West Market St 1 00 

Grand & Toy 1 00 



26 



W. Norwich . $ 1 00 

T. C. Daniel & Co 1 00 

A. H. Lefroy 50 

Geo. Boomer 50 

C. F. Burtis . 50 

M.P.Ashe 25 

W. L. B 25 

Friends 2 50 

Queen St. West 5 00 

Goods : 

H. H. Warner & Co # 12 00 

W. B. Hamilton, Son & Co. . 5 00 

H. M. Blight 2 00 

J. W. Lang & Co 2 50 

York Soap Co 3 30 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co. . . . 3 75 

Stanton & McCrae 1 00 

Minto Bros 2 00 

Sunlight Soap Co 4 25 

John Taylor & Co 3 00 

Wright & Copp (Goods) 

Colborne street (bag of pota- 
toes). 



$38 80 



Collected by Mrs. Holmsted. 

Mrs. Beardmore $ 5 00 

" Gold win Smith 5 00 

" Jacques 5 00 

" Boulton 4 00 

" Ferguson 1 00 

John Cav\ thraw 5 00 

" Cay ley 4 00 

Vankoughnet 4 00 

" Cowan 4 00 

$37 00 

After books were closed. 

Mrs. Spragge $ 2 00 

Collected by Mrs. Crawford. 

Mrs. J. S. Crawford $ 5 00 

" Gearing 30 

Miss Bain 25 

Mrs. Tephcott 1 00 

" Robinson 1 00 

" Speight 25 

" L. Goodman 25 

" Hutchinson 1 00 

$ 9 05 



Collected by Mrs John Farley. 

Richmond, Adelaide, York and Bay 
streets. 

Mrs. Christopher Robinson. .$ 10 00 

Mr. " " 5 00 

Mrs. Jane Gates 5 00 

" Strachn 2 00 

Mr. Ransom 2 00 

" Thomas's family 2 75 

The Empire 2 00 

Sheppard Pub. Co 2 00 

Am. Car Co 2 00 

Mrs. G. Walkin 1 00 

Rev. Wm. Briggs 1 00 

The Sentinel 1 00 

Ptg. and Manfg. Co 1 00 

Hutchinson & Co 1 00 

Heighington & Johnston 1 00 

Hill & Weir 1 00 

G. Duthie & Son 1 00 

W. Taylor 50 

W. F. Chapman 50 

Mrs. Eastwood 50 

Wm. Burns 50 

Harry Watson 50 

J.Williams 50 

W. N., Simcoe st 50 

S. Wells 50 

Mrs. Davis 25 

Mrs. J. Bolton 25 

" Campbell 25 

Miss Higginson 25 

Miss Lloyd 25 

Miss Watts 25 

S. T. Saito 25 

Mrs. Falconer 25 

John Capell 25 

Toronto Paper Box Co 25 

G. Hyde 25 

John Adams 25 

F. Somers 25 

Friends 2 25 

Small sums 2 05 

Bloor and cross streets. 

Mrs. J. Adams 2 00 

Dr. Green 1 00 

Mrs. Page 1 00 

W. Armstrong 1 00 

Mrs. Farley 1 00 

T.Porter 25 

M E. L 10 

Mrs. Wilson 25 

Mrs. J. J. Millikin 25 



■11 



Mrs. Clenhenboomer ft 25 

J. W. Dewar 25 

Mrs. Greenwood 25 

" Gwynne 25 

" M.T.Brown 25 

M. A. A 25 

Jennie Newell 25 

G. S. Perran 25 

G. London 25 

Small sums under 25c 2 70 



$65 20 

Collected by Miss Hope. 

Wellington, Peter and King from 
Spadina ave. west. 

Massey, Harris Co. Ltd., H. 



A. Massey, pres ft 5 00 

Mrs. 1 Heward 5 00 

James Robertson & Co 2 00 

Mrs. Mortimer Clark 2 00 

Miss Veals 1 00 

Mrs. Burton 1 00 

Miss Michie 1 00 

Mrs. Williams 1 00 

Mr. Massie 1 00 

Miss Denny 50 

Mrs. Doty 50 

" Gosling 50 

" Roberts 50 

" Millar 25 

Miss McCloud 25 

Mrs. Wright 10 

Friends 35 

After books were closed 

Mrs. Stanton 1 00 

Mrs. Helliwell 50 

Cecil, Baldwin, D'Arcy, St. Patrick, 
Sullivan streets and Grange ave. 

Miss Street .'...ft 2 00 

Mrs. Ryerson 1 00 

Mrs. H. Cassels 1 00 

Mrs. Hilton >. .. 1 00 

Mrs. E. Baldwin 1 00 

Mrs. Street 1 00 

Mrs. Heath 1 00 

Mrs. Ferguson 1 00 

Mrs. H. D. Ellis 1 00 

Miss Daniell 1 00 

Mrs, Windeat 70 

" Patton 25 

" Jones 50 

" Reynolds 50 



Mrs. McCall ft 50 

" Johnson 50 

McGregor 50 

" Smyth 50 

Hutson 40 

" W. H. Carrick 35 

Sinclair & Co 25 

Mrs. Hunter 25 

" Townsend 25 

" W. E. Long 25 

" Mitchell 25 

" Barnhart 25 

" Gordon 25 

B. Bennet 25 

Mrs. H. W. F 25 

" E.J. McCleary 25 

" Holmes 25 

" Reid 25 

" Lough 25 

" Arkle 25 

Miss McLashlan 25 

Mrs. Ridgway 25 

" Armour 25 

" Semple 25 

Friends in small sums 5 80 



Queen street, from John to Osgoode 
Hall, Simcoe, Murray and Orde 
streets. 



Queen street : 

Mr. Hodgins ft 5 00 

O. Norwich 2 00 

Mrs. Barber 1 00 

B. Ibbotson 1 00 

W. J. Hallarn 1 00 

Hargreaves Bros 1 00 

R. Fleming 1 00 

John T. Wilson 1 00 

Mrs. Esten 1 00 

W. Dever 1 00 

Mr. O'Malley 50 

J. Dimbleby 25 

T. Jorgenson 25 

W. Williams 10 

Simcoe street : 

Chief Justice Hagarty 4 00 

Mrs. Biggar 2 00 

" J. Burns 2 00 

A. W. Croil 1 00 

•' H. G. Baldwin 1 .00 

" F. Grasett 1 00 

" F. D.Delemere 1 00 

" R. Dinnis 1 00 

" G. Haggarty 1 00 

" J. " 1 00 



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Dr. Macdonald ft 1 00 

Mrs. Temple 1 00 

W. Armstrong 1 00 

" W. Baines 50 

Primrose 50 

Pills 50 

" Tharpe 50 

" Powell 50 

J. O. 1 50 

Murray and Orde Streets : 

Mrs. Baldwin 1 00 

Miss Skae 1 00 

Mrs. Prince 1 00 

" McLennan 1 00 

K. Lawyer 1 00 

Mrs. Snelling 1 00 

" Fortier 50 

A. Goldsmith 25 

M. Allen 25 

Mrs. Allison 25 

Friends in small sums 4 55 

Poker Party 2 10 

Yonge street, west side from Queen 
to King, and east side from 
King to Bloor streets 

K. Simpson 5 00 

C. Rogers Son & Co 2 00 

Jno. Wanless 1 00 

Kent Bros 1 00 

Ryrie Bros 1 00 

John Young 1 00 

Matthews Bros. & Co 1 00 

Jno. Milne & Co 1 00 

Mrs. Mackay 1 00 

E. M. Morphy 1 00 

I. I. S 1 00 

P. Higgins 50 

J. Owens 50 

Mr. J. F. Vokes 50 

P. P 50 

Mrs. P. Stewart 50 

I. S 25 

Mrs. Green 25 

B. &. W 25 

M. Bue 25 

Mrs S.G. Crow 25 

T. R. Hany 25 

C. Woodriffe 25 

Wellesley street : 

Mrs. Todhunter 1 00 

41 Jos. Henderson 1 00 

" Ewart 1 00 

Maclaren 1 00 



Mrs, Woodbridge $ 1 00 

" Wragge 1 00 

" Williamson 1 00 

N. Manghan 1 00 

Mrs. Hatton 1 00 

" Watson 1 00 

" John Fletcher 1 00 

" Bartlett 1 00 

" Aikins 1 00 

" Lye 50 

" Elliott 25 

Charles street : 

Mrs. Geo. Kerr 2 00 

4 4 Kellogg 1 00 

" A. Harris 1 00 

" Howe 1 00 

Mr. H. J. Hill 1 00 

Mrs. J. K. Macdonald 1 00 

" Macdougall 50 

" John Barton 50 

" Blackburn 50 

Isabella street : 

Mrs. W. C. Harvey 1 00 

" A. R. McMaster 1 00 

" C. B. Petry 1 00 

" Wm. Davis 50 

" W. P. Rodger 50 

" Brown 25 

McLaren 25 

Miss Tomly 25 

Maitland street : 

Miss Gilkie 1 00 

Mrs. Score 50 

M. L B 50 



College street from Queen's Park to 
Yonge street. 

Mrs. F Osier 2 00 

Ryerson , 1 00 

" W. H. B. Aikens 1 00 

" L. L. Palmer 1 00 

Dr. Anderson 1 00 

" Grantham 1 00 

•« Walker 50 

" Williams 50 

" Henry 50 

•' H. I. A 50 

" J. McGee : . . . 30 

L. Cringin 25 

'• Barton 25 

Cull 10 

Friends in small sums 5 00 



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Goods : 



H. Tolchard $ 1 00 

Jarvis Street ; 

Mrs. H. A. Massey 5 00 

" Smart 3 00 

" Hetherington 2 00 

" G. Lightbourn 2 00 

" A. Nairn 2-00 

" Margt. Blake 2 00 

" Shortreed 2 00 

" McColl 1 00 

W. E. Clark 1 00 

" Wm. Davies 1 00 

" Johnston 1 00 

" C. Moss 1 00 

M H.S.Mara 1 00 

" Kent 1 00 

" W. E. H. Massey 1 00 

Miss Clarkson 1 00 

" Helliwell 1 00 

Mrs. Thacker 1 00 

" Ferguson 1 00 

" J. V. Smith 1 00 

" W. B. Hamilton 1 00 

Thackeray 1 00 

" Carruther 1 00 

" Gowans 1 00 

" J. Akers 1 00 

" Mason 1 00 

" J. Morrison 1 00 

" Chester Massey 1 00 

" Millar 1 00 

" A. Smith 1 00 

" Vernoy 1 00 

" A. Moore 50 

Miss N. Taylor 50 

Mrs. Port 50 

" Bundle 50 

" Bitchie 50 

A. Armour 25 

J. Bholston 25 

Bella Mumm 25 

Church street : 

W. A. Douglass 2 00 

W. S. Lee 2 00 

Mrs, Neil Currie 1 00 

" Duvernet 1 00 

" Atherton 1 00 

McClain 1 00 

" J. Knowles, jr 1 00 

Miss Aggie Fulton l 00 

Mrs. E. C. Jones l 00 

" Winn 1 00 

O. Newcombe & Co 1 00 



E. H. Jackes $ 1 00 

Mrs. John Kerr 1 00 

" Morris 1 00 

James Mason 1 00 

Mrs. U. T. Mason 50 

L. F. S 50 

Mrs. Davison 50 

" B. U. Spence 50 

Miss Cosens 50 

Mrs. B. A. Gamble 25 

" T.S.Bates 25 

G. H 25 

F. E. P 25 

Mrs. Martin 22 

Cecil Machie 10 

B. M 10 

Friends in small sums 11 65 



$241.76 

Collected by Mrs. H. D. P. Arm- 
strong. 

Edison Electric Co $ 10 00 

Northrop, Lyman & Co. (Ltd.) 10 00 

McGaw & Winnett ^ 5 00 

Warwick & Sons 5 00 

Gordon McKay & Co 5 00 

Barber, Ellis* Co 5 00 

M. & L. Samuel, Benjamin 

& Co 5 00 

Wyld, Grassett & Darling . . 5 00 

G. Goulding & Son 5 00 

W. B. Brock & Co 5 00 

McMaster & Co 5 00 

B, Darling & Co 5 00 

Kilgour Bros 5 00 

A. A. Allan & Co 5 00 

Williams, Greene & Borne.. 5 00 

Davidson & Hey 5 00 

Gillespie, Ansley & Martin . . 5 00 

Cooper & Smith 5 00 

McAlpin Tobacco Co 5 00 

W. B. Johnston & Co 4 00 

Stewart & Wood 2 00 

Crompton Corset Co 2 00 

H. A. Nelson & Sons 2 00 

W. J. Gage & Co 2 00 

B. H. Gray & Co 2 00 

Buntin, Beid & Co 2 00 

Toronto Dry Goods Co 2 00 

Chas. Cockshutt & Co 2 00 

H. S. Howland & Sons 2 00 

Adams & Burns 2 00 

Alexander & Anderson 2 00 

Lailey & Watson 2 00 

Harvey & VanNorman 2 00 



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Walker House $ 2 00 

Mrs. Hawke 2 00 

S. F. McKinnon & Co 2 00 

Kerr, Bull & Duggan 2 00 

T. W. Cowan & Co 2 00 

Nerlich & Co 2 00 

G. F. Bostwick 1 00 

C. Bruff 1 00 

T. Irwin 1 00 

Kolph, Smith & Co 1 CO 

A. T. Irving 1 00 

A. F. Webster 1 00 

N. Rooney 1 00 

R. B. Skinner 1 00 

Davis Henderson & Co 1 00 

T. Brodie 1 00 

A. Muirhead 1 00 

R. Ramsey 1 00 

Gale Manufacturing Co 1 00 

J. E. Bryant 1 00 

Flett, Lowndes* Co 100 

Greene, McLaren & Co 1 00 

J. D. Buchanan 1 00 

E. F. Hebden 1 00 

D. Miller 1 00 

Mrs. J. McAndrew 1 00 

A. J. Herbert 50 

J. Cameron 50 

Three friends 1 00 



$168 00 

Goods : 

Caldecott, Burton & Co $ 5 00 

Chas. Boeckh & Son 3 00 

Hyslop, Caulfield & Co 2 00 

Latham & Co 2 00 

Lovell Bros 1 00 



$13 00 

Collected by Miss Hutchins. 

Miss Haminett % 25 

Mrs. Taylor 25 

A Friend 5 

A Friend 25 

A Friend 50 

J. F. Adams 1 00 

W. H. Carveth 15 

A Friend 15 

A Friend 10 

A Friend 25 

A Friend 25 

J. A " 15 

A Friend 10 

A Friend 10 



W. H. Gilphin $ 25 

A Friend 10 

A Friend 25 

A Friend 25 

A Friend 25 

A Friend 25 

25 

50 

Mrs. Robinson 50 

A Friend 25 

Mrs Harry Paterson 50 

Mrs. Fleming 1 00 

Mrs. Andrews 25 

S. Pugh 10 

A Friend 25 

J. Mencke 25 

A Friend 25 

M.E.Gregg 25 



$9 25 

Collected by Mrs. Ridout. 

Parkdale. 

Mr. S. J. Wood $ 5 00 

" Scott 5 00 

Mrs. Ridout 4 00 

" Clarke 2 00 

Miss Maynard 1 00 

Mrs. Carlow 1 00 

J, S. Lockie 1 00 

Mrs. Dunn 1 00 

" Wadsworth 1 00 

" Winchester 50 

" Gray 50 

" Piper 50 

Vrowe 50 

" Dennis 50 

" Weed 25 

" Wilson 25 

A friend 25 



$25 25 

Collected by Miss Townley. 

Mrs. Peyton 50 

Friend 10 

R. Thompson * 25 

Friend 10 

Mrs. Orpen 25 

C. Harper 25 

A. Davis 25 

S. Townley 25 

A friend 25 



$2 20 



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Collected by Mrs. Thompsom. 



Chas. G. Pease $ 1 00 

Fred Doty 50 

A. Cadie 50 

Mrs. Philips 25 

" Kidd 25 

J. Milron 25 

T. Clark 25 

S. Smith 25 

T. Withers 25 

C. Saunders 25 

Employees Toronto Silver 
Plate Company — 

H. Hudson 25 

W. Holden 25 

W.H.Wilkes 25 

W. Feantley 25 

F. A. Lensh 25 

T. Stoner 25 

L. Le Vaughan 25 

G. Humphrey 25 

S.Hale 25 

Fred Chappell 25 

Geo. Felix 25 

X.Y.Z 25 

T. M'Carthy 25 

H. L. Felix 25 

25 

E. F. Brittan 25 

John Henderson 25 

Y.B 25 

W. H Harper 25 

Mrs. Dennis 25 

" Moore 25 

Geo. S. Underwood 25 

Geo. Smith 25 

John Thompson 25 

C. Babb 25 

E. Bennett 25 

G. Barratt 25 

J.A.Payne 25 

Mrs. Ritchie 10 

E. McKuttrick 10 

Mrs. Bawtinkmer 10 

" Roberts 10 

" Moore 10 

E. Coppin 10 

Miss Love 15 

W. Pascol 25 

J. W. Locke 50 

Mrs. Meedling 25 



Mrs. McKinnon .f 25 

Friends 5 40 

Small Sums 4 85 



$ 17 85 

Collected by Mrs. Lesslie. 

Mr. Stewart $ 25 

Mr. Partridge 25 

Mrs. Wightman 25 

A friend 25 

Friend 50 

Mrs. A. Ogden 50 

Friend 50 

" 10 

" 10 

Dr. Smith 25 

Friend 10 

Mrs. Baxter 1 00 

" Haye 25 

" Stewart 50 

Mr. Little 25 

Friend 25 

Mr. Elleby 1 00 

W. McFarlane 50 

Mrs. H. H. Moorehouse 1 00 

Friend 25 

" 25 

" 25 

Mrs. Kemp 25 

Dr. Hunt 50 

Mrs. Westwood 25 

Mr. Larter 20 

A Friend 10 

1 00 

Mrs. McCullough 1 00 

Friend 10 

Joseph Lesslie 1 00 



#13 10 

Collected by Mrs. Ellis. 

Provost Body $ 5 00 

Professor Clark 5 00 

Professor Symonds 2 00 

Mrs. Harrison 2 00 

Miss Mills 2 00 



$16 00 

Moving from Toronto to Norwich, 
Mrs. Ellis' book was lost and the full 
list of names cannot be given.